The goalkeeper made a number of important saves but could have cost Newcastle with his errors.
The defender had an early effort saved and he helped out at the back when he was needed.
The defender cost his side when he hauled down Suarez and conceded a penalty in the first half. He was deservedly shown a straight red card.
The centre-back put in a dominant display and was useful from corners and set-pieces.
Worked hard at left-back and helped Newcastle out of some difficult situations.
H. Ben Arfa
Started the game well but was unable to make the difference that he is known for.
The Newcastle captain was his usual busy self in midfield and worked hard to make up for his side's one-man disadvantage.
The Frenchman was the standout performer and put the hosts ahead with a superb long-range effort, before setting up their second with a brilliant free-kick.
Had to make way for Dummett after Yanga-Mbiwa was sent off.
The striker looked off the pace and failed to create any real clear-cut chances for himself.
Quiet game from the midfielder and his only notable contribution was a yellow card.
The former Sunderland 'keeper did what was required of him but was unable to prevent Newcastle's two goals.
Solid throughout the game and made an impact going forward from left-back and in defence.
Played well at times before being substituted in the second half.
The defender made his huge presence known and managed to keep Remy quiet throughout game.
The defender was Liverpool's weak link at times and committed a number of clumsy fouls.
The right-back ventured forward on a number of occasions but failed to really threaten.
The Chelsea loanee played well and was involved in a lot of Liverpool action going forward.
The Liverpool captain stepped up confidently to grab an equaliser from the spot and his 100th Premier League goal.
The former Sunderland man took some stick from the home fans as expected and failed to trouble the goalkeeper with a string of volleys.
The England international looked tired at times but eventually got his name on the score-sheet with a thumping header.
The striker was his usual self and had a hand in both Liverpool goals, winning the penalty and crossing for Sturridge.